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Bullying is never acceptable, but the timing of the Meghan allegations is a dead giveaway

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Oprah’s interview with Meghan Markle and some bloke called Harry, which airs in the UK on ITV on Monday evening, is the ultimate way to mark International Women’s Day.

Pour yourself a large vino, snuggle on the sofa and watch the sparks fly. It’s going to make the Married at First Sight Australia reunion look like the Vicar of Dibley. But the next-level drama has already begun.

I’m no royalist, but press coverage of Meghan Markle and Prince Harry’s baby announcement has gone too far

Allegations of Meghan bullying staff and stories about Saudi earrings have been briefed to the press, seemingly as a last-ditch, rather desperate, pre-emptive strike before the Oprah interview.

As someone who has worked in both politics and the media, it’s a tried and tested method of skulduggery and, I would argue, it shows how rattled the palace are.
“But what about the staff?”,........

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